Would it be moral to grade exams, so that all students get C’s? If not, is it moral for the state to redistribute incomes? For the first question, it is not moral. When my mom was in collage she was in music history. And for a project she was grouped with two other people and they were each supposed to write a paper on the history of music Then there grades were combined to make a single grade for the whole class. Well, about a month later, my mom and here group each turned in an eight to ten page paper. My mom did an amazing job, even the teacher said so. My mom got an A on that paper and she never got anything besides A’s in her class’s that had music in it. However, the other two people were terrible. They got C’s. But since this was a group project the whole group got B’s. this was the first B my mom ever got in music class’s. My mom was furious. So the answer to the first question is MOST DEFENETLY NOT!

As for the second question, no! Lets say one person earns three hundred dollars a week, and another guy earns six hundred dollars a week. If the answer to the second question is yes than the two men turn in there checks that they earned to the government than the government would divide the checks evenly. Then they would each get four hundred and fifty dollars. This is bad because this is stealing and it basically means that everyone no matter what the job or what they do they are all paid the same. If people get paid the same than everyone will want the easy jobs because they will get paid the same if they get hard jobs. In a book my family likes called ” The Tuttle Twins and the Search for Atlas” they teach this exact same stuff. So, the answer to the second question is no.